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How can I get the ss papers mailed to me
You need to contact the SSA about that. You can call them at 1-800-772-1213 or visit your local SSA office.
Can u send.me the forms for. My disability to fill out at home
We are not affiliated with the SSA so we cannot send you the forms. You can call the SSA at 1-800-772-1213 or visit your local office.
Need disability papers sent to my house for my wife
We are not affiliated with the SSA, so we can't do that. You can call the SSA 1-800-772-1213!
need application sent to me and mail
Hi Mary Beth,
We are not associated with the SSA so we cannot help you with that. You can call the SSA at 1-800-772-1213 or visit your local SSA office.
can I apply for disability using a paper form, or is it required to apply by person or internet/phone? I would like to do it only on paper. Entirely everything on paper and certified mail. Can I do that?
You can schedule an appointment at your local SSA office to do it in person.
How can i print an applicant for someone?
All SSDI applications are done online. All SSI applications are done in person at your local SSA office.
I need a form with my social security number on it so I can get my I'd and fell for ssi
You'll need to visit you local SSA office for that. You'll likely need some forms of identification with you to get a copy of your SSN.
Need paperwork sent to me
We are not affiliated with the SSA, I would call them at 1-800-772-1213 to see how you can get the paperwork you need!
Yes , can you mail me disability paperwork, to fill out!
Lovely day ladies and gentleman,
Recently I have been working on an initial disability case for my partner. We have limited resources like many of you ( i.e lack of solid internet, printer). Here are some suggestions that may help.
Most cities have a library. You can access the computer/internet there and print copies ( some charge a few cents per copy). Before you leave for the library, make a list of the forms you may need, questions you want to research and call the library to see how to go about using one of their computers.
Some non-profit agencies can let you use their computers/printers for free. Places like: homeless day centers, community resource centers ( for helps like rent, clothing). See what is in your area.
When it comes to getting your medical records, make it a point to fill out an ROI ( Release of Information) for EACH and EVERY doctors appointment to have those records sent to you. When you order your records in this way, usually it only takes a few sheets of paper and you are not charged. When you order them in bulk say from past records, that can really hit you in the pocket book. You can get your records rather quickly as well. Each state has a law which states how long a facility has to send you records. Here in WA state for example, they have 14 days to get them to you. Always keep copies of your own records and print duplicates for the SSA, etc. That way you have a master record of your own health.
Lastly, read your own medical records. You would be very surprised to find that tests such as an MRI or CT scan can show a wealth of information about the state of your body. Don't expect your doctor to have the time to review every inch of most of your tests. Some tests are specific like and MRI lumbar spine and your doctor will discuss the results of the lumbar only, usually. Even in that it can show your pelvis, stomach, etc. Knowledge is power, so know your body.
Whew, I wrote a lot. I have learned so much in just applying for disability. To much to write here. A sincere good luck to you all.
Great tips Helen! Thanks for sharing!